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Just read your complete post. I look forward to the paperback. Paperback got approved at 9: I'm hoping it is available for sale through Amazon at least within a couple of days. I'm not going to offer it for sale without approval from Kev Hopefully I get a response sometime in the near future. I may just pay the Merchant fee. Dark Road isn't free. Only the first one is.


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Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Dark Coup by David C. In Dark Coup, the third and final book in the Dark Grid trilogy, spring finds the residents of Promised Land and Redemption hard at the work of survival and recovery.

However, looming dangers to life and liberty remain--and not all of them come from outside of the community. As the Colonel's attacks on neighboring bases increase in both number and ferocity, the rebels uncov In Dark Coup, the third and final book in the Dark Grid trilogy, spring finds the residents of Promised Land and Redemption hard at the work of survival and recovery.

As the Colonel's attacks on neighboring bases increase in both number and ferocity, the rebels uncover the startling, almost unbelievable, truth about a corrupt and shadowy cabal linked by greed and lust for power, and their dangerous conspiracy to fulfill a lethal agenda that originated years ago. With diminishing resources and an unequal fighting force, can the rebels recapture America for those who value freedom, self-determination, and God-given rights, over exploitation and suppression? Kindle Edition , pages. Published July 7th first published July 6th To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Dark Coup , please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I never came close to tears, never felt the thrill of true love, never wondered how my own family would react in this situation Over time however I felt that Mr. Waldron's characters developed a bit more individual personalities, and the final climax roped me into page turning. By far my favorite line is the last one.

I won't spoil it by copying it here however. I read the brief excerpt from the second book, and found the writing to have improved. Opening scene dealt with personal hardship, a topic barely touched on in the first book. I look forward to continuing the series. Feb 12, Jenna rated it it was amazing. This was an amazing read! Waldron knows his stuff!

Following a solar event, the world is plunged into darkness, the likes of which our technological world has never known. Imagine the breakdown of society with no electricity, no phones, no Facebook, no Internet. And the reality of it all? In this realistic book, Mr. Waldron gives us a glimpse of what could happen should we loose the electricity grid, overnight, and with no way of fixing it for 10 This was an amazing read! Waldron gives us a glimpse of what could happen should we loose the electricity grid, overnight, and with no way of fixing it for 10 years or more.

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Families pack up when they realize their neighborhoods aren't safe without the police, and mere locks aren't keeping anyone out. This book had me making a plan for survival, and stocking up on batteries and bottled water! All I can say is WOW! I would happily pay full price for this eBook! Feb 16, Shannon rated it it was ok Shelves: I'm giving this guy two stars because, unlike most other people who write self published books about the end of the world, Waldron actually tries to use and develop female characters.

On the down side, as another reviewer noted Yes, even the women.

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I feel that the author was overreaching with the amount of characters he had in there. Several characters could be distilled to one or two. Of the eight characters we meet in the beginning, none of their stories rea I'm giving this guy two stars because, unlike most other people who write self published books about the end of the world, Waldron actually tries to use and develop female characters. Of the eight characters we meet in the beginning, none of their stories really had very much development behind it. Once those eight characters meet up with the National Guard, all but two of them are basically forgotten about until the very end.

The scene at the very beginning with Carey was way too reminiscent of a similar character in The Jarkarta Pandemic. I was also disturbed by how few people seemed concerned about their families. Overall, this reads like a good outline for a book. Waldron, go flesh it out. Sep 10, Drew rated it liked it Shelves: First off let me say that I absolutely love the story and the premise. The characters are interesting if a bit static and likable.

There is a lot of discussion about how the people at the camp are getting ready as well as a lot of discussion of their supplies and such.

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During these times I found myself skimming some pages. Feb 05, Marie rated it it was ok. It was OK, a little boring but I keep reading because there's hope for a few characters to be more define and hopefully yeah I'm that kind of person always seeing her glass half full the story will go to survival, relationships and not a firearms catalog and some philosophical disgressions form Mr Author. Oct 01, Jessica rated it liked it.


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  8. I hate to say this, but this book is kind of amateurishly written. The dialogue sometimes reads like a high schooler wrote it, and there were several missing or incorrect words: Due instead of do, through instead of threw. It's still a decent book. The story is good, and the characters are likable. I liked it enough to want to read the second book, which was much better.

    Feb 26, Susan rated it did not like it Shelves: The premise was good: But, the way it was written gave me a headache!! All those one line paragraphs and the dialogue was like a teenager had written it. I gave up on it about half way through. Feb 27, Jessica rated it really liked it.

    This is an easy reading series. It is not supposed to teach you to survive off the grid or any other teotwawki situation. It was supposed to be and is light interesting reading. I enjoyed that very much. Aug 01, Mike Pate rated it it was amazing Shelves: Great book and very believable.

    Mar 28, Garth rated it it was ok Shelves: A good premise, but I was underwhelmed by the characterisation of the players. The writing comes across with a hint that the author is a US military groupie.